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REPORTS ON THE STATE OF SCIENCE.

OBJECTS and rules of the Association, of establishing a “close time” for the xvii.

protection of indigenous animals, 63. Places and times of meeting, with names Barry (J. W.) on the treatment and

of officers, from commencement, xxiv. utilization of sewage, 225. List of former Presidents and Secretaries Bate (C. S.) on the present state of our of the Sections, xxx.

knowledge of the Crustacea, 75. List of evening lectures, xli.

Bateman (J. F.) on the rainfall of the BriLectures to the Operative Classes, xliii. tish Isles for the years 1875–76, 172. Table showing the attendance and re- | Beddoe (Dr.) on the work of the An

ceipts at the Annual Meetings, xliv. thropometric Committee, 266. Treasurer's account, xlvi.

Binney (Mr.) on the circulation of underOfficers of Sectional Committees, xlvii. ground waters, 95. Officers and Council for 1876–77, xlviii. Bramwell (F. J.) on the treatment and Report of Council to the General Com- | utilization of sewage, 225. mittee at Glasgow, xlix.

British-Association units of electrical reRecommendations adopted by the Ge sistance, results of a comparison of the,

neral Committee at Glasgow :-invol- | by G. Chrystal and S. A. Saunder, 13. ving grants of money, li; applica - Isles, report on the rainfall of the, tions for reports and researches, liv; for the years 1875-76, 172. resolutions referred to the Council by Brooke (C.) on observations of luminous the General Committee, lvi; com meteors during the year 1875–76, 119; munications ordered to be printed in on the rainfall of the British Isles for extenso, lvi.

the years 1875–76, 172. Synopsis of grants of money appropriated Brough (J.) on earthquakes in Scotland,

to scientific purposes, lvii. General statement of sums which have Brunton (Dr.) on intestinal secretion

been paid on account of grants for and movement, 308. scientific purposes, lix.

Bryce (Dr.) on earthquakes in Scotland, Arrangement of General Meetings, lxvii. 74. Address by the President, Prof. Thomas Busk (Prof. G.) on the exploration of

Andrews, M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Hon. | Kent's Cavern, l; on the exploration F.R.S.E., lxviii.

of the Settle Caves, 115.

74.

Aberdare (Lord) on the work of the Cayley (Prof.) on instruction in elemenAnthropometric Committee, 266.

tary geometry, and on the syllabus Adams (Prof. J. C.) on tidal observa drawn up by the Association for theimtions, 275.

provement of geometrical teaching, 8. Ansted (Prof.) on underground tempe- Chadwick (Mr.) on the practicability of rature, 204.

adopting a common measure of value Anthropometric Committee, report of in the assessment of direct taxation, the, 266.

27. Association for the improvement of Chemical research, report of the com

geometrical teaching, report on the mittee for collecting and suggesting syllabus drawn up by the, 8.

subjects for, 314. Atkinson (Dr.) on chemical research, 314. Chrystal (G.) and S. A. Saunder, results

of a comparison of the British-AssoBarnes (Rev. H. F.) on the possibility! ciation units of electrical resistance, 13. Circulation of the underground waters in | Everett (Prof.) on Ohm's law, 36; on

the New Red Sandstone and Permian underground temperature, 204. formations of England, and the quantity and character of the water sup Farr (Dr.) on the practicability of adoptplied to various towns and districts ing a common measure of value in the from these formations, second report assessment of direct taxation, 27; on on the, 95.

the work of the Anthropometric ComClifford (Prof.) on instruction in elemen mittee, 266.

tary geometry, and on the syllabus | Fellows (Mr.) on the work of the Andrawn up by the Association for the thropometric Committee, 266. improvement of geometrical teach Field (R.) on the rainfall of the British ing, 8.

Isles, for the years 1875–76, 172. “ Close time" for the protection of indi Flight (W.) on observations of lumi

genous animals, report of the com nous meteors during the year 1875– mittee appointed to inquire into the 76, 119; accounts of aërolites and possibility of establishing a, and for aërolitic meteors, and abstracts of watching Bills introduced into Par recent researches on them, 168.

liament affecting this subject, 63. Flow of water through orifices, improved Common measure of value in the assess investigations on the, by Prof. J. ment of direct taxation, local and Thomson, 243. imperial, report on the practicability Forbes (Prof. G.) on earthquakes in of adopting a, 27.

Scotland, 74; on observations of lumiCorfield (Prof.) on the treatment and nous meteors during the year 1875– utilization of sewage, 225.

76, 119. Crosskey (Rev. H. W.) on the circula- | Foster (Dr. C. Le Neve) on underground

tion of underground waters, 95; on | temperature, 204. the erratic blocks of England and Fox (Col. Lane) on the work of the Wales, 110; on the exploration of Anthropometric Committee, 266. the Settle Caves, 115.

Fox-Strangways (C.) on the circulation Crustacea, C. S. Bate on the present of underground waters, 95.

state of our knowledge of the, 75. Froude (W.) on the effect of propellers Cyclone and rainfall periodicities in con on the steering of vessels, 66. 'nexion with the sun-spot periodicity, Fuller (Prof.) on instruction in elemenC. Meldrum on, 267.

tary geometry, and on the syllabus

drawn up by the Association for the imDawkins (Prof. W. Boyd) on the explo provement of geometrical teaching, 8.

ration of Kent's Cavern, 1; on the erratic blocks of England and Wales, Galton (Capt. D.) on the circulation of 110; on the exploration of the Settle underground waters, 95. Caves, 115.

-- (F) on the work of the AnthropoDeane (Dr.) on the erratic blocks of metric Committee, 266. England and Wales, 110.

Geikie (Prof.) on underground temperaDe Rance (C. E.) on the circulation of ture, 204. underground waters, 95.

Geometry, elementary, report of the Dresser (H. E.) on the possibility of committee on the possibility of im

establishing a “close time" for the proving the methods of instruction in,

protection of indigenous animals, 63. and on the syllabus drawn up by the Drummond (P.) on earthquakes in Scot | Association for the improvement of land, 74.

geometrical teaching, 8.

| Gilbert (Dr.) on the treatment and Earthquakes in Scotland, seventh report utilization of sewage, 225. on, 74.

Gladstone (Prof.) on chemical research, Electrical resistance, results of a com 314.

parison of the British-Association Glaisher (J.) on observations of lumiunits of, by G. Chrystal and S. A. nous meteors during the year 1875Saunder, 13.

76, 119; on the rainfall of the British Erratic blocks of England and Wales, Isles for the years 1875-76, 172 ; on fourth report on the, 110.

underground temperature, 204. Evans (J.) on the exploration of Kent's - (J. W.L.)on instruction in elemenCavern, 1.

tary geometry, and on the syllabus

drawn up by the Association for the | Hope (W.) on the treatment and utiliimprovement of geometrical teach- zation of sewage, 225. ing, 8.

Howell (H.) on the circulation of Grantham (R. B.) on the treatment and underground waters, 95. utilization of sewage, 225.

Hubbard (Rt. Hon. J. G.) on the Green (Prof.) on the circulation of practicability of adopting a common underground waters, 95.

measure of value in the assessment of Greg (R. P.) on observations of luminous direct taxation, 27. meteors during the year 1875–76, 119. | Hughes (Prof. T. McK.) on the erratic

blocks of England and Wales, 110; Hallett (Mr.) on the practicability of on the exploration of the Settle Caves,

adopting a common measure of value 115. in the assessment of direct taxation, | Hull (Prof.) on the circulation of under27; on the work of the Anthropo ground waters, 95; on underground metric Committee, 266.

temperature, 204. Harcourt (A. V.) on chemical research, 314.

Intestinal secretion and movement, third Harkness (Prof.) on the circulation of report on, 308.

underground waters, 95; on the erratic

blocks of England and Wales, 110. Janssen (W. J.) on nitrous oxide in the Ilarland (T.) on the possibility of esta I gaseous and liquid states, 211. blishing a “close time" for the pro- | Jevons (Prof.) on the practicability of

tection of indigenous animals, 63. I adopting a common measure of value IIarting (J. E.) on the possibility of I in the assessment of direct taxation,

establishing a “close tíme" for the

protection of indigenous animals, 03. Joule (Dr.) on the mechanical equiIawksley (T.) on the rainfall of the 1 valent of heat, 275.

British Isles for the years 1875–76, 172.

Kelland (Prof.) on instruction in elemenIlayward (R. B.) on instruction in ele tary geometry, and on the syllabus

mentary geometry, and on the syllabus drawn up by the Association for the drawn up by the Association for the improvement of geometrical teachimprovement of geometrical teach ing, 8. ing, 8.

Kent's Cavern, Devonshire, twelfth reHeat, first report of the committee ap port of the committee for exploring, 1.

pointed to determine the mechanical equivalent of, 275.

Lebour (G. A.) on experiments to deterHenrici (Prof.) on instruction in elemen mine the thermal conductivities of

tary geometry, and on the syllabus certain rocks, 19; on underground drawn up by the Association for the temperature, 204. improvement of geometrical teach Lee (J. E.) on the exploration of Kent's ing, 8.

Cavern, 1; on the erratic blocks of Herschel (Prof. A. S.) on experiments England and Wales, 110.

to determine the thermal conductivi Levi (Prof. L.) on the practicability ties of certain rocks, 19; on observa of adopting a common measure of tions of luminous meteors during the value in the assessment of direct year 1875–76, 119; a review of recent taxation, 27; on the work of the stonefalls and of papers relating to Anthropometric Committee, 266. meteorites, 164 ; on underground tem- | Lubbock (Sir J., Bart.) on the exploraperature, 204.

tion of Kent's Cavern, l; on the Heywood (J.) on the practicability of exploration of the Settle Caves, 115.

adopting a common measure of value | Luminous meteors, report on observain the assessment of direct taxation, tions of, during the year 1875–76, 119. 27; on the work of the Anthropometric Committee, 266.

Maw (G.) on underground temperature, Ilirst (Prof.) on instruction in elemen 204.

tary geometry, and on the syllabus Maxwell (Prof. J. C.) on Ohm's law, drawn up by the Association for the 36; on underground temperature, 204; improvement of geometrical teach-! on the mechanical equivalent of heat, ing, 8.

275.

Mechanical equivalent of heat, first re- | Pye-Smith (Dr.) on intestinal secretion

port of the committee appointed to ! and movement, 308.

determine the, 275. Meldrum (C.) on cyclone and rainfall Rainfall and cyclone periodicities in

periodicities in connexion with the connexion with the sun-spot periodisun-spot periodicity, 207.

city, C. Meldrum on, 267. Miall (Prof. L. C.) on the erratic blocks i _ of the British Isles for the years

of England and Wales, 110; on the 1875-76. report on the, 172.

exploration of the Settle Caves, 115. Ramsay (Prof.) on underground temMilne-Holme (D.) on earthquakes in perature, 204. Scotland, 74.

Rawlinson (Sir H.) on the work of the Molyneux (W.) on the circulation of Anthropometric Committee, 266. underground waters, 95.

Rawson (Sir R.) on the work of the Monk (T. J.) on the possibility of es Anthropometric Committee, 266.

tablishing a "close time” for the Reade (M.) on the circulation of under

protection of indigenous animals, 63. ground waters, 95. Morley (Mr.) on the practicability of Reynolds (Prof. O.) on the effect of

adopting a common measure of value propellers on the steering of vessels,

in the assessment of direct taxation, 27. 06; on the investigation of the steerMorton (G. H.) on the circulation of ing qualities of ships, 70.

underground waters, 95; on the erratic Richards (Admiral) on tidal observa

blocks of England and Wales, 110. tions, 275. Mouat (Dr.) on the work of the Anthro- Rolleston (Prof.) on the work of the pometric Committee, 266.

Anthropometric Committee, 266.

Rosse (the Earl of) on the rainfall of Napier (J. R.) on the effect of propellers the British Isles for the years 1875on the steering of vessels, 66.

76, 172. Newmarch (Mr.) on the practicability

of adopting a common measure of Salmon (Dr.) on instruction in elemenvalue in the assessment of direct taxa- | tary geometry, and on the syllabus tion, 27.

drawn up by the Association for the Newton (Prof.) on the possibility of improvement of geometrical teach

establishing a “close time" for the ing, 8.

protection of indigenous animals, 63.1 Sanford (W. A.) on the exploration of Nitrous oxide in the gaseous and liquid Kent's Cavern, 1. states, W. J. Janssen on, 211.

Saunder (S. A.) and G. Chrystal, results

of a comparison of the British-AssocOhm's law, report on, 36.

ciation units of electrical resistance, Oldham (J.) on tidal observations, 275. | 13.

Schuster (Dr. A.) ou Ohm's law, 36. Parkes (W.) on tidal observations, 275. / Scotland, seventh report on earthquakes Pengelly (W.) on the exploration of in, 74.

Kent's Cavern, 1; on the circula Settle Caves (Victoria Cave), fourth retion of underground waters, 95; on port on the exploration of the, 115.

underground temperature, 204. Sewage, eighth report on the treatment Plant (J.) on the circulation of under- ' and utilization of, 225. ground waters, 95.

Shaen (Mr.) on the practicability of Prestwich (Prof.) on the circulation of adopting a common measure of value

underground waters, 95; on the erratic of in the assessment of direct taxation, blocks of England and Wales, 110; 27. on the exploration of the Settle Caves, Smith (Prof. H. J. S.) on instruction in 115; on underground temperature, elementary geometry, and on the 204.

syllabus drawn up by the Association Price (Rev. Prof.) on instruction in for the improvement of geometrical

elementary geometry, and on the teaching, 8. syllabus drawn up by the Association Smyth (J., jun.) on the rainfall of the for the improvement of geometrical | British Ísles for the years 1875-76, teaching, 8.

172. Propellers, the effect of, on the steering Spottiswoode (W.) on instruction in of vessels, report on, 66.

elementary geometry, and on the

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